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NEWS! - Aircraft update X-Plane 12 : Let L-200D Morava by PWDT&NHAdrian


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This aircraft was one of the most interesting machines of 2021, it is a classic aircraft... it also won my best (Classic) category of the year 2020


Best Classic Aircraft : Let L-200D Morava by PWDT&NHAdrian 🏅

A really interesting aircraft with an extremely high quality design and... er, interesting features.


The quality was off the wall, but so were the interesting details and designs. Too far in some cases, in the aircraft was a bit tricky to fly, but since resolved and simplified. The full release review is here: Classic Aircraft Review : Let L-200D Morava by PWDT&NHAdrian.


So if the Let Morava was so very good in X-Plane 11, then this now refined machine should be exceptional in X-Plane 12. This is an update, not an upgrade to X-Plane 12, meaning free to current purchasers...  nice!


The update v1.4.0. basically covers the requirements of the aircraft to conform to the newer X-Plane 12 effects and features...


Version 1.4.0 (Jan 5th 2023)
  • New version for X-Plane 12
  • Implemented XP12 rain effect
  • Updated cockpit volumetric lights
  • Updated flight model
  • Updated PBR textures to match XP12 rendering capabilities
  • Updated external lights to use XP12 new effects




The Let L-200 Morava is a retractable landing gear four seat light twin which was one of the few light aircraft to be exported from behind the Iron Curtain during the Cold War era, albeit in small numbers. The Morava is distinguishable by its twin tails, standard thermal wing deicing equipment and inverted inline engines. The prototype XL-200 Morava flew for the first time on April 8 1957. The XL-200 prototype and a series of preproduction. L-200s were powered by 120kW (160hp) Walter Minor 6-III inline sixes. The L-200D remained in production until 1969, and 5 aircraft were licence built in Slovenia (then part of Yugoslavia) by Libis. Most L-200 production aircraft was sold to customers within the Soviet Bloc - Aeroflot for example operated a large number in a range of different roles. However small numbers were exported to western Europe, the USA and Australia. Please be aware, Morava is a multi engine aircraft without autopilot, so not an easy-to-fly aircraft!



Images and video courtesy of PWDT&NHAdrian



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The Let L-200D Morava by PWDT&NHAdrian is now available from the X-Plane.OrgStore!...    Here:


Let L-200D Morava

Price is US$25.95



X-Plane 12 or X-Plane 11

Windows, Mac or Linux
4 GB VRAM minimum - 8 GB+ VRAM Recommended
Download Size: 1.3 GB
Current version: 1.4 (January 5th 2023)

NEWS! by Stephen Dutton

6th January 2023

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